Green Talents


A high-ranking jury of German experts from academia and industry selected EAT member Ksenija Bunjak to be one of 25 outstanding young scientists, winners of the Green Talents 2013.

“German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) believes in cultural plurality and creativity to encourage the development of global solutions. This international approach is supported by the annual Green Talents competition, focusing on young outstanding minds active in the field of environmental and sustainability research. On the basis of their scientific excellence and innovative research potentials a high-ranking jury of German experts from academia and industry selects the 25 “Green Talents” from numerous applicants.” []

EAT member Ksenija Bunjak is selected to be one of the 25 Green Talents for 2013. She became the first researcher from Serbia to receive this prestige award.  Ksenija Bunjak will officially receive the Green Talent award later this year during the International Forum for High Potentials in Sustainable Development in Germany.


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